Are there some examples of long, real-world documents showing the variety of text and mathematical fonts now available? With unicode-math there are now many more fonts for text and mathematics, both commercial and public-domain, than before. It is easy enough to find short examples, but what I would like to see would be different versions of a long document (e.g., an article or chapter from a book), with each version set in a different font (e.g., Lucida, Minion-Math, Latin Modern, Tex-Gyre, Mathtime, etc).
This type of question seems to come up frequently in this forum and others and I will answer it myself. However, I would also like to see other examples too.